Jeremy Bailenson, director of the Doctoral Program in Communication at Stanford University, explores the uses and potential of VR.
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With so much training material available online for free, companies are reconsidering what they pay for.
The future of the learning technology market is uncertain, but monitoring and understanding emerging technologies can help CLOs improve the learner experience.
Gaming can boost confidence and resilience among learners.
Technology investment plans show learning executives caught between legacy systems and the promise of future technology.
Even small and midsized organizations can harness the power of adaptive learning to achieve big results.
Now is the time to build a case for virtual reality and implement it in your organization.
After a merger, Cox Automotive used video to drive peer coaching and align sales teams on values and approaches.
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Eye tracking can create training that improves speed, accuracy and safety.
AI, machine learning and natural language processing are poised to change how learning is created and consumed.
The North Carolina-based company announces Intrepid will now be known as Intrepid by VitalSource.
Those of us who are developing new technologies to extend educational opportunities around the world do our best to learn from these failures.
The deal adds Practice's peer-to-peer video coaching and assessment platform to the Utah-based company's growing portfolio of products.
Chief Learning Officer’s 14th CLO of the Year is leading Tata Consultancy Services into the future of global learning.
The future of learning via augmented reality is already in your hands.
The rise of digital technology has opened the door for another look at learning portals. To make the most of them, focus on the learner experience.
Due to the increasing pace of change in business, learners need artificial intelligence to help them navigate knowledge in a way best-suited for them.
Workplace learning needs to be embedded into work to make learning less of an event and more of an experience.